This web page now refers to the 2013-2014 version of the course which will run from January to March 2014. This course was previously a level 10/11 course but is now designated as level 11.
Details of some aspects of the course are still to be confirmed, because the content is being generally updated from the 2011-2012 version to focus on more recent systems and research topics. In 2014, the course will look at fewer systems in more depth, and use these as a vehicle for addressing wider themes in this area. The format and goals of the student-led 'seminars' portion of the course are also being revised, in order to tie them more clearly to other course content and to the exam. While there were previously three assignments for level 11 students and two for level 10, there are now two assignments for all students. The web page for the prior version of the course still provides some insight into some of the material covered in the current course, and can be found here.
There will be a new lecturer for this year's course: Alyssa Alcorn.
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